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Boozed-Up Charlie Sheen Taken From Plaza Hotel After 911 Call

MSNBC.COM - Looks like the star of "Two and a Half Men" is acting childish again.

Cops got quite an eyeful when they responded to a call of a disturbance at The Plaza Hotel early this morning: a drunken, and reportedly naked Charlie Sheen was discovered in a hotel room. The swanky room, according to multiple news accounts, had been trashed.

The "Spin City" star's saga began at 1:33 a.m. when someone at the Plaza called police to report there was a disturbance in a room, law enforcement sources told NBCNewYork. Cops who responded to reports of an "EDP" or "Emotionally Disturbed Person" found a drunken Sheen and called for an ambulance at 2:07 a.m, sources said.

Sheen, who was close to being charged with disorderly conduct, agreed to get into the ambulance and be taken to New York Hospital at about 2:30 a.m., the sources said. Because he agreed to be transported, Sheen was not charged with a crime, according to a law enforcement source.

Access Hollywood reported that Denise Richards, Sheen's ex-wife and mother of their kids, was the one who called the cops and accompanied him to the hospital.

The New York Post say a naked Sheen, in a fit of rage over an apparently lost wallet, threw tables and chairs around his room and damaged a chandelier.

Sheen's publicist Stan Rosenfield said the 45-year-old was expected to be released Wednesday -- and blamed the outburst on "medication."

"What we are able to determine is that Charlie had an adverse allergic reaction to some medication and was taken to the hospital," he said.

The Golden Globe-winning actor, who's been plagued by drug addiction and domestic-violence accusations, was in the city with Richards and their two daughters purportedly to promote Richards' new series "Blue Mountain State."

Despite the highs of his longtime Hollywood career, Sheen's repute has been tainted by a series of drug problems and assault allegations over the years. Last year cops busted him in Colorado after his then-wife Brooke Mueller called 911 complaining Sheen attempted to kill her.

In 1997, Sheen pleaded no contest to criminal charges after being accused by his ex-girlfriend Brittany Ashland of domestic abuse. Ashland alleged that Sheen grabbed her hair and threw her face-first into the marble kitchen floor, splitting her lip and causing her to need seven stitches.

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